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During the Soviet period, Azerbaijan was the butt of many jokes. Such jokes were produced supposedly by the “Armenian Radio.” One such joke goes like this: A citizen calls the Armenian Radio to ask why Armenia does not have a Ministry[...]

By Éric Denécé Journalist and essayist Tigran Yegavian has just published in French a new book, Géopolitique de l’Arménie , published by Bibliomonde (2022), which is a reference book presenting a critical look at the geostrategic[...]

Within the context of Armenian-Turkish rapprochement, Ankara is in the driver’s seat; the first news about the appointment of the representatives of the two countries was announced by Mevlut Çavusoglu, the Turkish foreign minister, to[...]

Representatives of Armenia and Turkey met in Moscow on January 14 for a session aimed at starting official negotiations soon. The meeting was hailed in many quarters. Even during a period of increased tensions between the US and Russia,[...]

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Special to the Mirror-Spectator This article is being written during a constantly-evolving diplomatic time, making the prospective analysis difficult. International politics has deteriorated considerably over the[...]

A political rift between Armenia and Karabakh may prove extremely dangerous, with unprecedented results, while intensive exchanges are taking place between Armenia and Turkey on the one hand, and between Armenia and Azerbaijan on the[...]

STEPANAKERT (RFE/RL) — Nagorno-Karabakh’s leadership has openly criticized Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan for making statements which his political opponents say play into Azerbaijan’s hands. In televised remarks aired late on[...]

A new order is taking shape in the Caucasus, following the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan last year. Although the war was between those two countries, the instigators and beneficiaries were two major players, namely Russia and[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev on December 7 again threatened to forcibly open a land “corridor” that would connect Azerbaijan to its Nakhichevan exclave via Armenia southeastern Syunik province. Aliyev[...]

Every political development in the Caucasus has an existential significance for Armenia. That is why the news media was in a frenzy while the political establishment was caught in a sadistic self-flagellating mood, during the course of the[...]